Create ambient bias lighting with Govee's $10 USB-powered LED light strip

Bias lighting is a solution to all sorts of issues, and you don't have to drop a ton of cash in order to add some to your home theater. Right now the Govee 9.8-foot USB-powered TV LED backlights light strip with remote is down to only $9.74 when you apply coupon code 3DKXVAUD on Amazon. That saves you more than $5 off the normal cost, and today's deal is also a match of the best discount we've shared for the product. You'll either want to spend at least $25 or use Amazon Prime to skip any shipping fees.

Govee 9.8-foot USB-Powered LED Backlights

Govee 9.8-foot USB-Powered LED Backlights

Bias lighting can make your TV look better, sync with your music, and help prevent eye fatigue. This colorful strip is compatible with several TV sizes and today's price is a match of the best we've seen.

This light strip measures 9.8 feet long, and it's compatible with televisions from 46 to 60 inches long. You'll get colorful lighting that can sync to your TV and music. The remote control gives you access to change the colors from up to 32.8 feet away, and the control box is super convenient because it has only three buttons you need to control everything. You can also install a free smartphone app to control the lights if you wish.

With the built-in highly sensitive mic your light strip will sync with any ambient sound. While watching your favorite shows, the backlights can also change colors and speed based on the rhythm. These lights feature six different brightness levels so you can dim or brighten the lights as you see fit. The strip can also help reduce eye strain by decreasing the contrast between your bright TV and the dark room around you.

Amazon customers haven't left a ton of reviews for the product yet, but so far, it has received 4.3 out of 5 stars on average. Everything you need to mount the lights is included with your purchase, but it's important to note that they're powered via USB. If your TV doesn't have a USB port to spare, pick up a wall adapter to ensure you'll be able to plug them in.

Louryn Strampe

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